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    Inverting The ObviousFabian Harmik Stelzer1/26/216 min
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    • bartadamley
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      1 month ago

      I like the premise of this newsletter... "Inverting The Obvious"

      This particular piece talks about a Vegan Food Chef being turned into a "far-right" conspiracy theorist predicated by his engagement rates as a result of him going further down the COVID conspiracy rabbit hole . .

      from our inverted perspective, where the relevant flow of influence happens from audience to influencer and not vice versa."

      In this article, the author deems this act as a "cybernetic accident". Really interesting concept, but now that I have this framework, I am sure one could find it in many instances online.